Mental Health Services Provided in Superior, WI

HDC offers a variety of mental health, behavioral health, and recovery services to children, youth, and adults in the community 

Project Reach Out

Project Reach Out works to improve the network of support to youth and their families through confidential and voluntary crisis intervention referral services. Each year, teens run away for a variety of reasons that may include unresolved conflict, lack of communication, and differences over roles, rules, and expectations. Project Reach Out can help during these difficult times by ensuring access to 24-hour crisis intervention services, reuniting youth with their families when appropriate, encouraging the resolution of inter-family problems through mediation and other services, strengthening family relationships, encouraging stable living conditions for youth, and helping youth decide upon a constructive course of action and decision making in a non-judgmental atmosphere. Most services are offered for free or a minimal fee. 

For more information, call (715) 394-9177 or 1(800) 777-7844.

  • Tanya Nelson, Project Reach Out Supervisor & Prevention Specialist IT
    Human Development Center
    Office (715)395-6428


Only available in Douglas County, WI

Additional national crisis line resources for runaway youth include:

Project Reach Out is available in all eight NW counties of WI, which include Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Price, Sawyer, and Washburn county

  • National Runaway Switchboard at 1(800)-RUNAWAY or 1(800) 786-2929
  • National Youth Crisis Hotline 1(800) 442-HOPE (4673)
  • National Suicide/Crisis Hotlines 1(800)-SUICIDE (784-2433) and 1(800) 273-TALK (8255)
  • National Alcohol Substance Abuse Information Center 1(800) 784-6776
  • Teen Dating Abuse Helpline 1(866) 331-9474
  • Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network 1(800) 656-HOPE (4673)
  • American Pregnancy Hotline 1(866) 942-6466
  • Domestic Violence Hotline 1(800) 799-SAFE (7233)
  • Trevor Helpline (for gay and questioning youth) 1(866)-4-U-TREVOR (488-7386)
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Community Support Program (CSP)

CSP outreach services are provided to adults with the primary goal of assisting consumers in recovery from mental illness. Interventions include supportive therapy, medication management, education regarding mental illness, assistance with learning needed skills, finding and maintaining affordable housing, independent living skills, benefits assistance, vocational support, symptom monitoring, outreach, crisis assistance, psycho-social rehabilitation, and general case management. Program services are primarily provided on an outreach basis with services typically occurring in the home or community.

Also available in Carlton County, MNLake County, MN, and St. Louis County, MN